Tuesday, July 07, 2015
In the aftermath of the housing crisis and the Great Recession, an outraged public demanded that there be meaningful reform in the way we allow the financial industry to operate. Angry speeches were given, congressional hearings held, fines were levied for the most extreme cases of fraudulent practices, and most notably some legislation to reform banking practices and the mortgage market was also passed, such as the Dodd-Frank Act. However according to Chris Arnade a former Wall Street trader, the banking industry needs more than regulation, it needs a new culture. Chris joins us today to talk all about bringing the idea of Broken-Windows Policing to Wall Street and the possible affect it could have on the industry which he wrote all about for The Atlantic. You can also follow Chris on twitter.
It's summer, and for a lot of you that means your favorite shows are on break for the season. But Jane Lynch is here and she has an exciting hit summer series, "Hollywood Game Night", which is entering its third season. Watch as she moderates some of your favorite party games with two contestants and a variety of celebrities - including Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Zachary Quinto, Debra Messing, Wanda Sykes, and so many more - for the chance to win $25,000. She joins me now to talks about Hollywood Game Night and so much more. You can also follow Jane on twitter.
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